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EIS SLAMS POLITICIANS OVER EDUCATION COMMITMENT

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The Educational Institute of Scotland has criticised all the main political parties for not doing enough for educat...
The Educational Institute of Scotland has criticised all the main political parties for not doing enough for education.

EIS deputy general secretary Fred Forrester said all the parties' recent statements about the priority they would give to education after an election 'had a hollow ring' to them, considering the 'partial destruction' of Scottish education in prospect over the next four months, because of the budget crisis.

%The EIS has also protested to the Government about its plans to make it harder for teachers to take early retirement.
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